Prizes to be won as mayor opens revamped King’s Lynn bus station

King's Lynn Bus Station, nearing Completion ANL-150625-111404009
King's Lynn Bus Station, nearing Completion ANL-150625-111404009

Lynn’s redeveloped bus station will be officially opened by borough mayor Colin Manning in a ceremony this Thursday.

And, to mark the occasion, passengers are being invited to enter a draw for prizes including a £100 Vancouver Quarter shopping voucher and free travel with both Lynx bus and Norfolk Green, which will be made during the ceremony.

To enter, travellers just need to write their name and contact number on the back of their ticket and put it into the prize draw box in the Bus Station travel office.

And Lynn Museum managers are also offering two for one admission to all those showing a valid ticket for the day or bus pass until the end of September.

The ceremony will take place a month after the interchange resumed full operations, following the five-month regeneration project, which cost £1.6 million to complete.

Alistair Beales, West Norfolk Council cabinet member for regeneration and industrial assets, said: “We know it’s been hard, but we are delighted with the feedback we’ve received which has been really positive.

“People say that the area feels much more welcoming, which is great news.”